To answer the 10 Year Challenge on social media, we put together a photo gallery of cars that have radically changed (or haven't changed at all) in a decade.
We also help a listener choose a Mercedes-AMG.
Automakers had great incentives to end 2018 on a high note, but there are still some great deals on new cars and trucks in January, 2019. Here are the best new vehicle deals of the month.
Tesla has opened up its Model 3 design studio to shoppers in Europe who live in left-hand-drive countries. It will also begin Model 3 deliveries to China in March.
Lexus sold another LFA since our last update on the unsold supercars, and years after the car went out of production. We asked Lexus about it, and learned that there could be more future sales, maybe.
Bring a polisher and some fresh gas.
These are the vehicles that have been discontinued after the 2018 model year. If you want one of these cars, you'd better act fast.
What a year it has been.
Proceeds will go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Plus more on Carlos Ghosn, Al Oppenheiser and classic Broncos.
No pricing info yet, but you can check out specs and play with options.
Also known as "total due at signing" or "out the door."
Toyota is aiming to take advantage of an uptick in interest in the perceived security of all-wheel drive by offering the 2019 Prius with an AWD-e option. After the car debuted at the 2018 L.A. Auto Show, Toyota announced the cheapest AWD Prius will start at $27,300 with destination. For the new model year, in addition to slight exterior alterations, Toyota decided to go with a new trim naming structure for the Prius. The Prius L Eco is the cheapest model, starting at $24,690. The LE is the next